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Accord lets offset mortgagors manage accounts online


Accord is letting its offset mortgage customers manage their accounts online, from today.

The changes give the customers direct access to their balance and statements, simplify money transfers and help with setting up standing orders.

Customers will also be able to make deposits with a debit card.

Customers must register on Accord’s website to gain online access.

Accord national intermediary sales manager David Robinson says: “There’s a misconception that offset mortgages are complicated, so we have tried to remove any barriers to make them as simple as possible for borrowers.

“We hope that by making our offsets more user-friendly this will be an additional selling point for brokers trying to demonstrate how this home loan option could benefit their clients.”



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